Have you ever heard of Mediban Paint’s Fluffy Watercolor?
It is a brush that allows you to draw illustrations with a rich texture and watercolor flavor.
You can read more about it right here!
“How to use Fluffy Watercolor brush in an emo way!”
In this article, I’m going to explain how to use the Fluffy Watercolor in a cool way!
First of all, I personally think it’s better to use it as a line drawing brush.
I personally think the best way to use it as a line drawing is to draw it crisply. If you just draw it once, the lines will be too thin, so change the brush settings or trace it several times!
It’s also good to erase the lines and adjust the shape.
Then it’s time to paint!
I’m going to use a darker color since this is a cool tutorial on how to use the Fluffy Watercolor.
I’m going to use a darker color for this one.
If you don’t want the color to stick out from the line drawing, you may want to separate the colors for each part before painting.
You can also use a little bit of strong color to make it look cool, so use your favorite colors and have fun drawing!
One of the key points of painting is to be aware of the leftover paint!
This is the first time I’ve used watercolor.
You can also set the watercolor border in a layer to make it look more like watercolor, try it!
Click on the target layer to open the settings window, and set [Effect] to [Watercolor Border].
It is very interesting to draw cool illustrations with watercolors when the colors are light, but also when the colors are dark.
I’m sure you’ll enjoy using the Fluffy Watercolor!